Advance Readers

Well, the latest draft of my Fables of Lanternum story is finished (I've been referring to it as Lampwick the Great) and copies have been distributed to my advance readers for them to scour and give me feedback.  If everything comes back okay, I'm hoping to have the story available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Smashwords in e-form by the end of the month, with a traditional book being ready to be printed by the end of September/early October.   My dad finished the cover and I'm pretty happy with the finished result.  I'm still trying to figure out a title for the book.  So far I'm leaning towards The Fables of Lanternum: Threshold .  It seems kind of appropriate given the events that are happening in the book.  We'll see though!

In other writing news, I've finished the first two chapters of a new book entitled Among the Shoulders of the World, a tale of magic, civilizations making their homes on the backs and shoulders of enormous giants, sky ships, broken alliances and all of that fun stuff.  In my mind it's kinda like a cross between Firefly and A Wizard of Earthsea.  A strange combination to be sure, but I think it'll be a fun one when I'm finished.


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